This easy-to-use powder coating gun provides a finish that is tougher than conventional paint. Coat cars, trucks and airplane parts with even cover and easy clean up. Just fill the tool with any standard powder coating paint and you’re ready to go. This powder coating system is ideal for any auto body shop or car hobbyist.
You get all of the benefits of a powder coated finish, without the hassle and time of taking your parts to a shop! Once you've applied the powdercoat, place the part in a 400 degree F oven to cure (powdercoating can be applied to any substrate that can safely withstand 400 degrees F). The finish is resistant to chipping, corrosion, and chemicals; there are no harmful toxins (it's EPA-approved) and overspray can be swept up.
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What is Powder Coating?
Powder coating is the process of electrostatically spraying pulverized particles of plastic (usually polyester or polyurethane) onto a clean metal substrate (the part to be coated). The applied powder is then heated (cured) at a temperature of 400°F peak metal temperature for 10-30 minutes. Please refer to the powder tech sheet for proper curing parameters. Once the part has been cured for the proper time, and is cool to the touch, the part is ready to be placed into service. Powder coating offers superior durability and is very resistant to corrosion, cracking, UV rays, scratches, grease, and most chemicals. Powder coating easily turns unattractive parts, into beautifully coated works of art!
What Can Be Powder Coated:
Essentially any metal object that can withstand the 400 F cure temperature can be powder coated. Objects that have gaskets, wires, grease seals, bearings or plastic components must first be disassembled to remove these components that will not with stand the cure temperature.